PLAYER RATINGS: Bolton Wanderers 0-1 Leicester City
WANDERERS (5-4-1) ADAM BOGDAN 7 Made a string of routine saves but did well on crosses.
HAYDEN WHITE 5 Lots of running but little to show for his first-half work.
MATT MILLS 6 Looked more comfortable as part of a back four.
ZAT KNIGHT 7 Earned his bit of luck – another solid show.
DAVID WHEATER 6 Didn’t look entirely comfortable in the back five.
TIM REAM 7 Coped well on the left and kept a calm head.
CHUNG-YONG LEE 7 Final ball still lacking – but plenty of creativity.
JAY SPEARING 6 Worked hard against a classy Leicester midfield.
LIAM TROTTER 6 Persevered after a tough start – no sign of the boo boys.
ROB HALL 7 Always looked a good out-ball. Pace was a threat.
LUKAS JUTKIEWICZ 6 Caused problems for Leicester but missed big chances.
Subs: Beckford 46 (for White) – effective 6, Kellett 70 (for Hall) – worked hard 6, Lester 77 (for Chung-Yong) – did well 6.
Not used: Lonergan, Threlkeld, Robinson, Iliev.
WANDERERS STAR MAN: Tim Ream Once again the American blended into a new system with the minimum of fuss. Defensively solid and didn’t concede too much possession.
Leicester (4-5-1) Schmiechel; De Laet, Morgan, Wasilewski, Konchesky; Knockaert, James, Drinkwater, King, Mahrez; Nugent.
Subs: Wood 56 (for King), Dyer 56 (for Mahrez), Hammond 79 (for Knockaert).
Not used: Moore, Taylor-Fletcher, Logan, Phillips.